A to Z of supercars at British show
7 July 2006

Visitors to the British motor show this month will be able to see a bevy of supercars in the Dream Drive arena, which will feature everything from an Atom to a Zonda.

Dream Drive will be the only place to see Ferraris – the Italian firm is not officially attending – with a selection of models on display including the F50 and a Ferrari F1 car.

The daddy of all supercars, the McLaren F1, will also be on show, along with fellow British cars the Ascari KZ1, Aston Martin Vanquish and DB 9 Volante, Bristol Fighter, Connaught Type-D GT Syracuse, Caparo T1, Invicta S1600, Noble M15 and Noble M400.

Perhaps the most interesting car of all, however, will be the JCB Dieselmax, which will be making an attempt on the world diesel speed record next month.

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